by Terry Wolkowicz Could Beethoven be the answer to solving the world’s growing plastic pollution problem? If you ask any of the 4,800 children living along the South Coast of Massachusetts, their answer would be a resounding yes! During the 2018-2019 Learning in Concert program, the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra partnered with over 55 local … Continue reading Be Like Beethoven: Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle
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The Bowed Effect
This summer, MusicOvation was fortunate to attend and observe the prestigious Keshet Eilon mastercourse in northern Israel. On camera, we captured much of what makes it among the most innovative festivals in the world.
Daring to Dream: Egyptian-born pianist’s success in small town USA
In 2005, 18-year-old Peter Bottros found himself sitting at a grand piano for the first time. The instrument lived in the corner of a common room at Pennsylvania State University in York, Pennsylvania, where Peter was a freshman. Peter came back to this piano often, and figured out melodies of songs he knew. He then … Continue reading Daring to Dream: Egyptian-born pianist’s success in small town USA